‘Insidious: The Red Door’ Looks To Be The Last In The Series

by Thomas Tuna

Is that the sound of a door slamming shut?

Insidious: The Red Door–the fifth entry in the horror franchise–hits the big screen tomorrow, July 7, and–according to producer Jason Blum–this could be the end of the series. At least for quite some time.

“You better see this Insidious,” Blum joked with Discussing Film, “it’s the last one. In a serious vein, The Red Door is going to be the last one we’re going to see of Insidious for awhile. It may not be a forever rest, but it’s certainly going to be a very long rest.”

Blum added that “if someone comes up with an idea in 10 years, who knows? But there’s no current plan–as there was with every prior Insidious movie–for number six.”

The Red Door--directed by star Patrick Wilson from a screenplay by Scott Teems–also stars Rose Byrne, Ty Simpkins, Sinclair Daniel, Peter Dager and Hiam Abbass.

Set a decade after the second film in the series, the new movie follows Josh Lambert (Wilson) and a college-bound Dalton (Simpkins) as they “go deeper than ever into The Further in order to put their demons to rest–once and for all.”

Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on the Insidious franchise.


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